The pawsome pups of Fallbrook in California have a piece of paradise all to themselves at the Live Oak County Park. The generous park authorities have designated three-thousand square feet of the park grounds for them to play in off-leash freedom! The Live Oak Dog Park has a parking lot for those pet parents arriving by vehicle, and a restroom too for convenience. While that's puptastic, what the K9's have been gifted with is even better.
The two pooch compounds have been surrounded with shoulder-high mesh fencing. There's one each for large breeds, and even one for the small puppers to play with others of their own size. These sections are both secure, so no need to worry about pups escaping. Each section also has been given a generously thick covering of bark chippings and are shaded by lots of trees. There are pooch-friendly water fountains, bag dispensers and more trash cans than you can count on one hand, so be sure to pick up after your pup.
If you're part of a numerous pet family, note that the maximum pups allowed per person at any time is four. The full off-leash rules are posted at the entrance. Be sure to have a leash in hand.
The dog park is run by a group of Fallbrook volunteers and help or donations to assist with the running costs are very appreciated. Pup parents wanting to use the parking lot should remember to take a few dollars in change with them as there is a $3 per day fee unless you purchase a yearly parking permit for $25. The yearly pass is a bargain because the Live Oak Dog Park is so woofderful, you'll be heading there every day.